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Subject: [QUEBEC] Re: JUNEAU-ROI, late 1800s
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2003 20:46:34 EST
Thank you for your reply. Upon digging deeper into my files I find that this
Marie Anne ROI, b.1864, married Hormisdas Fleury in 1883. I found this entry
in the LDS film for St. Joseph, Maskinongé. This means she was only 19 and
most likely was not married to Nestor JUNEAU before that. I was basing that
marriage on information given me by my grandmother who was a niece of Marie
I am wondering if you can find a marriage for Onesime ROI b. abt 1855 in
Maskinonge, son of Onesime ROI and Marguerite LANDRY.
Thanks for your help.
Barb in Hawaii
In a message dated 02/13/2003 12:16:55 PM Hawaiian Standard Time,
> No sign of any marriage Juneau-- <Jouineau> Roi in the marriage repertoire
> St-Joseph de Maskinongé , known as Maskinongé county of Maskinongé. Could
> have married in some other parish same county. but checked on Louiseville
> without any success.
> No sign either in the Loiselle marriage index. or civil marriage.?
> No baptism for any Nestor Juneau in the baptism repertoire for Maskinongé
> ( or
> any male in the same time frame).
> But; from the baptism repertoire:
> Marie-Louise Roy - d/o Onésime + Marguerite Landry
> 1854/may 03 may 04
> She was burried at 2 yrs 9 months 1857 feb 23 // 30
> Source; Burial repertoire for Maskinongé
> Marie-Louise Roy d/o Onésime + Marguerite Landry
> 1869/10 sept. 10 sept. St-Joseph de Maskinongé
> So I suspect the Juneau family must have stayed around from 1854 through
> a écrit :
> > Does anyone know anything about Nestor JUNEAU who married Marie Anne ROI
> > Maskinonge? Marie was the daughter of Onesime ROI and Marguerite LANDRY
> > she was born March 8, 1864. Nestor and Marie supposedly had four sons and
> > two daughters but that is all I know about this family. Would like to get
> > some details, if possible.